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One university, many places

Arizona State University’s reach supports local and global connections and research engagement.

ASU is committed to delivering high-quality education to the local and global communities it serves.

Arizona State University is "one university in many places" — four distinctive campuses throughout metropolitan Phoenix, as well as locations around the state, country and world. Each provides access to the university's strength and innovation, and all offer attributes and focuses to meet the needs of any learner. 

Arizona locations

Phoenix metro-area campuses

Additional Arizona locations

Innovation Zones

Arizona locations through Academic Alliances

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U.S. locations



Los Angeles

ASU California Center serves more than 10 million students in the Los Angeles area, including 36,000 adult learners and college-ready young adults.

The ASU California Center in downtown Los Angeles, an ASU Local site, serves the Los Angeles community. This location also houses other ASU academic programs in film, nursing, global management, journalism, law, business and executive education, enabling students to work alongside professionals in their fields.

Washington, D.C.

ASU’s presence in Washington, D.C., is a critical component in a broad institutional effort to create and share knowledge with the power and potential to change the world.

The Barbara Barrett and Sandra Day O’Connor Washington Center expands ASU’s presence in the nation’s capital, spurring innovative national engagements and partnerships; providing one-of-a-kind learning, teaching and research opportunities; facilitating ASU’s participation in high-level idea exchanges; and expanding the impact of groundbreaking research efforts. The center houses ASU Local, ASU academic programs and global initiatives such as the McCain Institute.



The Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science leads scientific and technological research focused on climate change.

GDCS-Hawai‘i is headquartered in the ASU Pacific Ridge-to-Reef Program, located in a joint facility in Hilo, Hawai‘i, that is administered by the U.S. Forest Service. The Hilo facility houses computational and chemical labs, offices, conference rooms, and field operations space. GDCS-Hawai‘i is located next to the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, fostering inter-university collaboration across the Hawaiian Islands. GDCS also operates major program elements along the West Hawai‘i Island coastline.

International locations

At ASU, we are forging a new role for higher education in the world by engaging with people and issues locally, nationally and internationally. ASU offers opportunities for academic engagement, research and development, and international collaboration in more than 80 countries.

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